About NC Computer Tech


We come to you

We offer prompt, professional, courteous service with over twenty years of experience dealing with residential and small business clients offering them solutions and fixing their computer and network issues at reasonable rates.

Services we provide:

  • We work on desktop PCs and laptops
  • Diagnostics
  • Virus, Spyware, Malware removal
  • Hardware upgrades and replacement
  • Custom computer builds
  • Data recovery and migration
  • Data backup solutions and implementation
  • Software installation and troubleshooting
  • Format and install operating systems
  • Set up, troubleshoot and secure wired and wireless home or business network
  • MS Server and Active Directory installation, troubleshooting and maintenance
  • Set up and troubleshoot printers, scanners, copiers and other peripherals
  • Install and configure VoIP systems
  • Install and configure and NAS devices
  • Set up remote access software
  • Set up and configure cloud based services
  • Computer optimization
  • Password resets
  • Office relocation
  • Hardware/Software purchase consultations
  • Remote assistance
  • Tutorials

We work on various  Apple products as well.

If something is not listed above it doesn’t mean we don’t do it.

We service Angier, Apex, Cary, Duncan, Fuquay Varina, Garner, Holly Springs, Lillington, Raleigh, Willow Spring and surrounding NC areas.

Voted best of 2015 and 2016 and rated top Pro 2017 on Thumbtack .


NC Computer Tech

This Week in Tech 654: Bye, Bye Mr. Ajit Pai

News publishers violated copyright by embedding a tweet. Are video games to blame for the Florida school shooting? A drone causes a helicopter to crash. Are we seeing the end of Facebook? Apple isn’t making as much money on the HomePod compared to other products. The controversial Snapchat update. What to expect from Mobile World Congress. An amazing $300M deal for a showrunner at Netflix, and more.

This Week in Tech 653: X Stands for Nothing

HomePod should have been delayed longer. Elon Musk’s rollercoaster week: Falcon Heavy sends a Tesla to Mars just as Tesla has its worst quarter ever. iPhone boot code leaked online. Chrome will shame insecure websites. YouTube suspends Logan Paul for generally being a horrible human being. Rethinking Facebook and Google. T-Mobile warns of phone hacking scam. Uber settles with Waymo. ESPN’s new streaming service will not show ESPN.

This Week in Tech 650: Frumpy Rump

EVs and self-driving cars at CES and the Detroit Auto Show. The first cashierless Amazon Go shop opens January 22nd. Apple HomePod is nearly here. Apple hands out $2500 employee stock bonuses as part of its huge cash repatriation plan. Google wants your selfies. Facebook wants you to tell it what “high quality” news is. Twitter emails 677,775 users to tell them that they shared Russian scams.

This Week in Tech 649: Aging in Place

Florence Ion, Jason Hiner, and Larry Magid join Leo talk about CES and much more. Voice assistants are everywhere and IoT devices are getting smarter. Innovations in Sleep Tech that will improve your health. Elon Musk’s Hyperloop is moving forward. Facebook is changing the Newsfeed feature and you might be shocked how. Some new brands might be popping up on Instagram feed and Stephen Colbert’s app, Scripto, is being used by nearly everyone in late night new comedy.

Updates for Spectre and Meltdown

Jason Howell and Megan Morrone talk to Ed Bott from the Ed Bott Report on ZDNet about what every Windows Admin needs to know about Spectre and Meltdown and four steps to keeping a level head during this vulnerability and the next. Plus, what might have happened if the update had been able to come out on Microsoft’s Patch Tuesday as planned, instead of being rushed because of the embargo breach.

This Week in Tech 648: Distracted by the Robots

The best explanation for the Meltdown and Spectre computer flaws comes from a comic strip. Apple eats crow over slowing iPhones. Magic Leap might not be vaporware after all – will this lead to the death of smartphones? CES 2018 predictions. Prediction #1: no Ajit Pai. SWATting death: who is to blame? Border agents phone searches are way up just as new rules limiting searches are drafted. Please stop giving this man money: Juicero founder now hawking bacteria-filled “raw water.”